Forged Cigar Company Announces La Gloria Cubana Criollo de Oro - Cigar News

Forged Cigar Company Announces La Gloria Cubana Criollo de Oro – Cigar News

has announced a new line in the brand, .” This new limited edition line gets its name from the hybrid varietal developed by crossing two Cuban seed tobaccos: the versatile Criollo '98 with the rare Cuban seed Pelo de Oro.

is rolled at the El Credito Cigar Factory in Santiago, D.R. and will ship to retailers in October. Production is limited to 3,100 boxes. focuses on the proprietary wrapper grown in the humid microclimate of Mao, . There, in the island nation's picturesque Cibao Valley, the sungrown leaf matures with abundant natural oils that contribute to the cigar's uniquely robust characteristics.

From there, the blend uses a Connecticut Broadleaf binder, and a blend of Nicaraguan and Honduran filler tobaccos.

We created in the in the tradition of blending proprietary and traditional tobaccos to deliver exciting smoking experiences. Our artisans have delivered a cigar with a distinctive taste profile, crafted according to the brand's meticulous standards. We're confident that will appeal to a wide range of discerning premium cigar enthusiasts.

Steve Abbot, senior brand manager for

The box artwork for is art deco-inspired that highlights the brand's iconic Lady La Gloria marque and carries the imagery to the dark wood-toned box. comes in two sizes: Toro (5.75” x 54) $10.49 MSRP, and Churchill (7” x 48) $10.99 MSRP.